Study of Fatty Acids in Harp Seal Oil by GC-MS
The polyunsaturated fatty acids in Harp Seal Oil were analyzed by GC-MS.MethodThe oil was refined from Harp Seal and analyzed by gas chromatography.The amount of the chemical components was determined by normalization method.Chromatographic conditions wereHP-INNOWAX capillary column(25 m×0.320 mm0.25 μm)column temperature150 (1 min)15 ·min-1 200 (0 min)2 ·min-1 250 (5 min)split injectionsplit ratio 10:1injector temperature220 MS Detector.Results16 components were identified and the total amount of fatty acids accounted for 94.19% of total Harp Seal Oil.The main components were myristic acid(4.55%)palmitic acid(8.13%)palmitoleic acid(17.55%)oleic acid(25.75%)eicosenoic(11.19%)eicosapentaenoic acid(6.82%)erucic(2.38%)docosapentaenoic acid(4.16%),docosahexaenoic acid(7.94%).ConclusionThe method is reliable and can be applied to analyze the oil components from Harp Seal Oil.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2005-03-01
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